The McLaren MFP-900 is, by name, the flagship of the limited run of McLaren pens produced in the 1990s. All the pens in the series were very high-end and rare, but the MFP-900 had the highest number in the name and the most carbon fiber of any pen in the series. At the time carbon fiber was extremely expensive to produce and exceedingly rare in consumer products.
The section of the pen is made of titanium with rubber o-rings for grip. The nib is 18K gold and bi-color with half being gold-colored and the other half being rhodium.
The McLaren 900 was also sold in a rollerball model.
McLaren MFP-900 Fountain Pen Information
|Street Price||Check Price|
|Pen Type||Fountain Pen | Piston (built-in)|
|Barrel Material||Carbon Fiber|
|Grip Material||Titanium with rubber rings|
|Country of Origin||England|
|Length Capped / Retracted (cm)|